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"Donne argues in verses". Illustrate with reference to The Flea.
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What makes John Donne's "The Flea" uniquely English?
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Is the theme of love expressed in John Donne's "The Flea?" Explain.
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What 17th Century poet urged his girlfriend to give up her virginity in his most famous poem?
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What do these poems have in common other than the fact they are about love and God?The poems are:...
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"John Donne argues in verse." Illustrate this statement with special reference to "The Flea."
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What is a good element to compare/contrast in the poems "The Flea" by Donne and "Porphyria's...
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What would be a good thesis statement related to the following poem?John Donne 'The Flea'
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What kind of literary terms are represented in "The Flea?"
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How does the woman "triumph..." in stanza 3 in John Donne's poem "The Flea"?
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What seems to be the speaker's purpose in "The Flea"?
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How does the argument of "The Flea" change in the third and final stanza?
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